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A prison photo of Ned Kelly

A prison photo of Ned Kelly

Our family's stories tie closely with the Kellys... Ned Kelly: Glenrowan Siege 1880.

Our family's stories tie closely with the Kellys.

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Ellen Kelly...

Ellen Kelly...

When Ned Kelly fought his 'last stand' at Glenrowan, he made his suit of armour and a tiny bush pub part of Australian folklore. But what really happened at the Glenrowan Inn when the Kelly Gang took up arms against the government? Who was there when the bullets began to fly and how did their actions help to set the course of history?

'The True Story of Ned Kelly's Last Stand' by Paul Terry

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

The Life Of Ned Kelly

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

In this engraving based on a watercolour by Julian Ashton, during the Petty Sessions hearing in Beechworth, Ned Kelly supports his crippled left arm by gripping his lapel while resting a shot-mauled hand on the dock.

~ In this engraving based on a watercolour by Julian Ashton, during the Petty Sessions hearing in Beechworth, Ned Kelly supports his crippled left arm by gripping his lapel while resting a shot-mauled hand on the dock.

Ned Kelly wrote the Jerilderie letter, providing his own account of events.  Refer http://www.nma.gov.au/collections/collection_interactives/jerilderie_letter/page_1

Ned Kelly wrote the Jerilderie letter, providing his own account of events. Refer http://www.nma.gov.au/collections/collection_interactives/jerilderie_letter/page_1

A skull labelled as Ned Kelly’s was ‘taken’ from the Old Melbourne Gaol in 1978. A prominent Melbourne accountant claims the actual skull was swapped over in the late 1960s with one from India.

A skull labelled as Ned Kelly’s was ‘taken’ from the Old Melbourne Gaol in A prominent Melbourne accountant claims the actual skull was swapped over in the late with one from India.

Only hours after he had administered the sacraments to a critically wounded Ned Kelly, Father Matthew Gibney, ran into the burning Glenrowan Inn and found the bodies of Joe Byrne, Dan Kelly and Steve Hart.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Neds Funeral Book

Neds Funeral Book

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2000 pound reward to capture Ned Kelly.

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The notorious bushranger, Ned Kelly who was finally hung once caught. The crime, killing a mounted policeman

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

The Life Of Ned Kelly

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

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